San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Professional Scrum Foundations (PSF) course is a 2-day course that teaches Scrum in a highly practical way. Working in a series of Sprints, teams of students build a software application, thereby facing real-life problems. The mechanics, roles, principles and (empirical) process of Scrum are demonstrated. Common missteps and misunderstandings are discussed so students grow a higher awareness of their symptoms.
Professional Scrum Foundations is excellent training for teams and anyone wanting to experience the Scrum way of working. The course also provides the foundation of knowledge needed for role-focused training for Product Owners, Scrum Masters and Developers.
Existing or new Scrum team members, Project and Program Managers, Development/IT technical managers, anyone who is responsible for delivering value to the business and impacting the customer’s lives positively.
Here are the learning objectives for this class.
- Fundamentals to Scrum: This module introduces the fundaments on complexity and empiricism underpinning the Scrum framework.
- Scrum Framework:
- Roles- Scrum Master, Product Owner and Development team
- Events – Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review, Sprint Retrospective and Sprint
- Artifacts – Product backlog, Sprint backlog, Increment
- Scrum Implementation: Here are the topics that will be covered under this section.
- Scrum Measurements
- Release planning
- Beyond this classroom experience
- Define what’s next for your team, your organization. Students will create a Scrum implementation backlog
- How will you apply what you learnt in the class?
- Discuss the challenges in your organization
- How to keep Scrum healthy?
- Patterns and Anti Patterns
When & Where
Improving - Houston
Improving believes that the best way to learn is through the application of knowledge in real-world environments. We specialize in creating situated, hands-on learning solutions for our customers in the areas of agile processes, object-oriented design, and test-driven development.